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Webinar: Tools and Technologies for School Emergency Response
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Webinar: Tools and Technologies for School Emergency Response

This event offered insight to common communications challenges, the Computer-Based Assessment Tool, and a sample of situational awareness tools and technologies that can help schools and emergency responders prepare for emergencies. Presented by the Department of Homeland Security First Responder Group and the National Information Sharing Consortium

12/12/2013
When: December 12, 2013
Presenter: Dr. Mary Schoenfeldt, Michael O'Shea, Sean R. Goodwin, Jaysen Goodwin

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Narrative: This webinar is presented by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) First Responder Group and the National Information Sharing Consortium.

This event offered insight to common communications challenges, the Computer-Based Assessment Tool, and a sample of situational awareness tools and technologies that can help schools and emergency responders prepare for emergencies. The event prepared participants for…

  • Common communication challenges, tactics, an lessons learned for responding to school emergencies – from local, state and federal perspectives
  • A sample of situational awareness tools and technologies that can help schools and emergency responders prepare for emergencies
  • How the Computer-Based Assessment Tool (CBAT) uses immersive video, geospatial and hypermedia imagery to support critical infrastructure security
  • How the state of New Hampshire is preparing emergency responders with school maps that include floor plans and color-coded exit and entry points
This is the twelfth in a series of non-GITA produced webinars that has been made available to members through an agreement which makes all previous DHS/NISC presentations available in the GITA Learning Center.

 

Presenters:

  • Dr. Mary Schoenfeldt, Public Education Coordinator, Everett (WA) Office of Emergency Management
  • Michael O’Shea, Senior Law Enforcement Program Manager, Operational Technologies Division, NIJ Office of Science and Technology, Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice
  • Sean R. Goodwin, GIS Administrator, Division of Emergency Services, New Hampshire Department of Safety
  • Jaysen Goodwin, CBAT Coordinator, Office of Infrastructure Protection, Protective Security Coordination Division, U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS)

 

Keywords: emergency response, school emergencies, CBAT, computer-based assessment tool, critical infrastructure security, New Hampshire

 


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